Notice for Members

Dear Members: We regret to announce the resignation of Mr. Colin Jenner as Board Member and Treasurer of ANZCHAM effective 11

House approves CITIRA on final reading

The House of Representatives on Friday approved on third and final reading the second package of the government’s tax reform

Three economic reforms bag House approval

THREE ECONOMIC REFORMS gained ground in the House of Representatives on Monday evening, with the measure removing restrictions on foreigners

House lines up reforms for final OK

TWO MORE tax reforms and a measure that will further open up the economy can be expected to bag final

PEZA Seeks Status Quo on Tax Perks

The Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) yesterday defended the need to maintain the status quo in providing tax perks to

Retailers open to compromise on foreign ownership

The Philippine Retailers Association (PRA) is open to a compromise on the minimum paid-up capital of foreign firms entering the

‘Cultural bias’: Business calls for action as vocational education enrolments fall again

Business groups are calling for urgent action to revamp vocational education and training after figures showed student enrolments continuing to

NAB backs entrepreneur training scholarships

National Australia Bank will fund partial scholarships for business-owner customers to complete an entrepreneurial training course, a move that helped

Like workers, business groups don’t like anti-endo bill under Duterte

Business groups make a last-minute appeal to President Rodrigo Duterte to veto the security of tenure bill. Labor groups earlier

Business makes last-ditch plea on ‘endo’

MAJOR BUSINESS GROUPS in the country have made a last-ditch call for President Rodrigo R. Duterte to veto a measure

Gov’t drafting executive order to address high shipping costs

THE government is drafting an executive order (EO) for the Palace addressing high shipping costs, Trade Secretary Ramon M. Lopez